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“With every failure I will gain experience and eventually succeed.”

Rajendra Tharu from Baijnath Village in Banke has always been a vegetable farmer, although he was really successful. Now that Caritas Nepal helped him to grow a mushroom farm, his chance of making more money and making a living for his family increased. As if that weren’t enough, he even plans to make further investments…

January 21, 2020
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Off season cauliflowers, mushroom cultivation and ecological fertilisers

Off season cauliflowers Mrs. Dham Kumari Thapa shows her kitchen garden with out of season cauliflowers. She planted them around July/August, so she could harvest the produce before the cauliflower season. She applied the knowledge obtained in SAFBIN 1. Even though the cauliflower that she harvested had a good price, she did not sell most…

December 30, 2019
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Changes in agricultural practices of women in Motipur: in their own words

The women of Motipur village received SAFBIN* team with beautiful garlands of flowers and leaves, while putting Tika on the visitors’ foreheads. Tika is a mark made with red powder, indicating that the visitor is very welcome. Representatives from three agriculture groups were in the meeting; the leader of the Reutari group, Ms. Shanti Tharu,…

December 23, 2019
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Improving the diet of smallholder farmers with SAFBIN

Walking quickly among the rice fields, fruit trees and grass, Mrs. Johara Buda led the SAFBIN* team to her house in Laitikoili village, Surkhet district. She was eager to share her story with the visitors. After all, Mrs. Buda had been a participant of SAFBIN 1 too, and 3 years on is still enjoying the…

December 16, 2019
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Mushroom Cultivation in Tadi Rural Municipality

Mushrooms have high nutritional value and are relatively easy to grow, as they do not demand a lot of inputs, techniques and monitoring. In addition to that, straws are the by-product of rice production, therefore are easily available after the harvest. Thus, mushroom cultivation is a good source of additional income in villages, as well as helping…

December 9, 2019
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If you do it right, you can even make a deal out of it!

Dawa Tamang, a 42-year-old farmer from Bhangeri Village, Nuwakot district, was facing hard times due to his low income and lack of knowledge about efficient agricultural strategies. With the help and support of Caritas Nepal, he began to grow tomatoes in a new and improved way. This attempt soon proved to be a great success,…

December 2, 2019
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